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19 Jul 2018 07:38 AM EST

These days, getting hacked may seem like an inevitability, but according to former NSA hacker David Kennedy, there are some steps you can take to prevent it from happening to you. Kennedy shared some of those steps with Business Insider. For starters, he said everyone should use two-factor authentication or two-step verification everywhere that you can. He also warned that it's important not to use the same password everywhere. Another helpful piece of advice is to always stay on top of security updates on all of your electronic devices. It's also important to avoid giving out too much personal information on social media and unknown callers.

 

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